The design crew at Bernd Gruber was employed to overhaul this traditionally styled chalet in Kitzbuhel, a little medieval town in Tyrol, Austria. It was the client’s want that the character of the house was to be preserved as considerably as possible, even though updating it to get pleasure from modern day amenities and to include far more organic light.
Typical wisdom tells us that rustic will not operate with a modern day esthetic. This home is a spectacular illustration of what can come about when this myth is dispelled. These rooms, flowing into a single yet another, are both dynamic and calming at the exact same time.
Because there are no vivid colours in this residence, the emphasis must be placed elsewhere. Engaging textures are abundant in this tasteful abode, the rooms are swathed in rough-hewn woods and straightforward textiles soften the tough surfaces.
Bernd Gruber also specializes in hand-constructed furnishings discover the dining table, with its inlaid pieces and interesting border, and the ski mural painted onto the closet doors. The selection of lighting is distinct, clean and organic types suit this property properly.
The wrap-close to fireplace in the residing area is artistic and inviting. The large bull bust feels at property with this masculine decor.
A productive triad of stability is evident in this chalet, the group at Bernd-Gruber has integrated geometric shapes, a colour palette of earthly neutrals and a committed sense of scale to bring this beautiful house in harmony with nature.
Architects: Bernd Gruber.